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Alan CroslandThe Beloved Rogue (1927)

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The Beloved Rogue showcases one of Barrymore's better performances.
The great German actor Conrad Veidt (Casablanca) co-stars as the king. Also of note is the magnificent, whimsical set designed by William Cameron Menzies.

A swashbuckling John Barrymore, as 15th century poet Francois Villon, takes on King Louis XI to save his paramour.



This movie is part of the collection: Feature Films

Director: Alan Crosland
Production Company: Feature Productions
Audio/Visual: silent, black & white
Keywords: Silent; Adventure; Drama; History; Romance
Contact Information: www.k-otic.com

Creative Commons license: Public Domain


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